Military Law Lawyers in Los Angeles, CA

Our military court martial victories are clear. The accused military service member and his or her future is our main concern. Our court martial lawyers maintain lighter caseloads than the usual assigned defense lawyer so that we can concentrate on every case on an individual basis. Your trial will not be outsourced to a third party and we will not intimidate you into taking a dive at the eleventh hour. Our court martial attorneys have successfully contested military court-martial and administrative separation cases in the United States and around the world.

Attorney Richard V. Stevens exclusively defends military members facing military adverse actions, including court-martial (military trial), discharge boards/separation boards/elimination boards, military discipline, and military investigations (including AFOSI, CID, NCIS, CGIS, IG, and command investigations). He defends members of all military branches stationed around the world and he travels to wherever the client is stationed to defend them, when necessary.

For more information about Los Angeles veterans and the law, and to schedule your free consultation, contact Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney Michael Kraut at the Kraut Law Group located at 6255 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 1520, Los Angeles, CA 90028. Mr. Kraut can be reached 24/7 at 888-334-6344 or 323-464-6453.


The government has a 90% conviction rate – the 10% of service members who manage to keep their reputation intact and salvage their career rely on the experience of an experienced attorney to fight their case smartly and aggressively. Military crimes occur at all American bases the world over, and California is no exception.…

If you are stationed at Los Angeles AFB and are under investigation or facing charges, we are here to help you. With more than 75 years of combined legal experience, our attorneys have represented numerous servicemen and servicewomen stationed worldwide in cases involving:

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military attorney performs many of the same duties as his civilian counterpart. The difference is that the attorney works for and with military personnel. Military legal personnel participate in court proceedings in courtrooms on military bases all across the globe. Depending on the act for which a military member was arrested, disciplinary actions may vary. Commonly, less serious military crimes are handled through a non-judicial process, such as an Article 15 hearing, captain's mast, or office hours.